Arsenal’s Grant Xhaka has admitted that is “unbelievable” that 10-man Atletico Madrid managed to escape with a 1-1 draw against them, but he remains certain that “nothing is finished” yetThe Swiss midfielder started for the Gunners in what was Arsene Wenger’s final European home match in the first leg of their semi-final tie against the Spanish side.Due to Sime Vrsaljko’s 10th-minute dismissal, Arsenal dominated the game and looked set to take a lead to Madrid next week when Alexandre Lacazette headed them in front.But Antoine Griezmann then took advantage of some poor defensive work to score a vital away goal.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“I think we played a great match… Atletico had one shot on our goal and scored. It’s unbelievable because we didn’t want that today, we wanted to have a good result at home. But it’s 1-1 and now we must focus on next week.” Xhaka told the club website.The 25-year-old feels that Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak proved to be crucial in keeping his side in the game.“No, I don’t think so. We had a lot of chances. We were a bit unlucky with the amazing match of the goalkeeper of Atletico. A 1-1 draw isn’t the result we wanted but nothing is finished,” analysed Xhaka.On the return leg, he added: “We know we must score one goal. We must play like we did today, we must focus for over 90 minutes because you can see it’s always dangerous against Atletico.”
Share your voice Tags Google Doodle Google One of Google’s equinox Doodles welcomes the new life that spring portends. Google Even if the weather doesn’t exactly feel like spring, the calendar — and Google’s Doodle — indicate that the changing of the seasons promises to bring warmer weather north of the equator.For those living north of globe’s belly line, Wednesday marks the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. If you live south of the equator, it marks the first day of fall.It is, of course, the planet’s equinox (not to be confused with the solstice, which couldn’t be more different). The word “equinox” comes from the Latin for “equal” and “night.” Essentially, it’s the biannual event when the sun is directly over the equator.Regardless of which side of the planet you live, Google has got you covered with a Doodle that reflects the mood of the season ahead of you. Those welcoming spring in the north see the sprouting of new life from an anthropomorphic globe, perhaps astonished and optimistic about the warmer days and new life ahead.Meanwhile, those south of the Equator ready for colder, shorter days. Google Meanwhile, those witnessing the end of summer in the south see a Doodle featuring a brightly colored leaf resting on our now-tired globe, seemingly reminded of the fleeting warm days as it girds itself for shorter, colder days ahead.If you aren’t too keen on this situation, remember that you can count on things moving in the opposite direction in six months. Originally published March 19.Update, March 20: Adds links to Google’s spring and fall Doodles. 0 Online Post a comment
Leo Tondreault recently moved into his own place at Safe Harbor after four years on the street. (Hillman/KSKA)About 30 percent of people who are chronically homeless in the United States suffer from severe mental illnesses. These individuals more frequently require emergency services and can cost the city of Anchorage up to $60,000 per year. A new program in the city is trying a new tactic to help them, by meeting them where they’re at. Literally.Download AudioIn August, substance abuse specialist Delroy Duckworth and his colleagues received a call from someone who needed help.“The first thing we did was went out to find him,” Duckworth recalls. “And we went to the mall to look for this person and we did not know who he was. So we called him on the phone. We heard a phone ring, we saw a man answering his cell phone, I said, ‘Mary that’s him!’”The man with the phone was 60-year-old Leo Tondreault, tall and bulky with a graying beard, joints achy from rheumatoid arthritis. He’s distrustful in general but knows he needs help.“I’ve been homeless off and on for four and a half years. And nobody cares about you out there. And people that say they understand? How can they have no idea where I’ve been. Everyday is survival. How I’m going to eat, where I’m going to be for the night. Most of the times I just walk all night, drink coffee.”Part of the reason he never stayed still was to help cope with his anxiety and bipolar disorder – a severe mental illness.“I just stayed away from people. Because not a lot of people understand what bipolar is. And the worst part for me is the mania. The hyper vigilance.”Tondreault says he went to see a case worker at Providence Hospital in August and he learned about the CHOICES program. It’s short for Consumers Having Ownership in Creating Effective Services. Unlike other service providers, CHOICES does everything — mental and physical health care, housing, substance abuse treatment, job skills training.“We are like a one-stop shop,” says Duckworth of the ten-person team that uses hyper individualized care tailored to each client.They’re using a model called Assertive Community Treatment. It was developed in the 1970s, but this is the first time it’s being tried in Alaska. Research shows it’s more effective than standard case management models, where an individual meets with many different organizations. It costs more up front, but saves money in the long run because clients are less likely to use expensive services, like emergency rooms and hospitals.The CHOICES program has a budget of $1.8 million for the next three years. It’s funded mostly through the state’s Department of Behavioral Health and specifically targets people who have severe mental illnesses and are homeless. The team is mobile and adaptable. They carry tablets and keyboards and meet people on their own terms.“We don’t want to overwhelm them,” says housing specialist Mary Abraham. “If they become angry we say, it’s okay, we’ll meet later on. And usually it works out.” They’ll work with people who are still using substances, too.Abraham’s goal is to get people into housing first. That’s what she did for Tondreault at Safe Harbor at Merrill Field.He sits on the edge of his twin bed in a sparsely furnished former hotel room. He has a microwave and a mini-fridge, but shares the kitchen. He often runs into other tenants in the hall, who he says offer him alcohol, but he’s resisting. He’s been sober for nearly two months. Tondreault says he’s tried other programs and received some help, but he’s never felt supported the way he does with CHOICES.“I’m pretty peaceful today. Delroy came over today and said, ‘Man, you look well rested.’ Well, yeah. You change my situation and give me the things I need to help me survive, I’m a different person.”Tondreault hopes the CHOICES staff can help him accomplish his goals- like staying sober and going back to school in the spring. He knows he needs to put forth his own effort, but he says now he has support to get there.
SRINAGAR: Despite assertions by Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik that the separatist Hurriyat leaders were ready for talks, Home Minister Amit Shah is unlikely to extend them an olive branch during his two-day visit to the state starting Wednesday, informed sources said. Sources also said that Malik and the Union Home Ministry were not on the same page on with regard to a dialogue with the Kashmiri separatist leaders. Also Read – After liquor, Bihar bans ‘pan masala’ as well Advertise With Us “Malik favours breaking the impasse over talks between the Centre and the separatists. Or at least, he favours such a possibility in the near future. The Prime Minister’s Office and the Home Ministry have an entirely different viewpoint on these talks,” said top sources here.Shah, according to sources close to him, would not do anything on the dialogue front with the separatists that does not gel with his newly created image of the ‘Sardar Patel’ of today’s India. Also Read – Demanding Scindia as MP Congress chief, supporters threaten mass resignation Advertise With Us “In line with his typical no-nonsense image, Shah would focus more on bringing in peace by fighting separatist violence rather than shake hands with the separatist leadership to give an impression that the present political dispensation in Delhi is not different from the previous ones that went on soft pedalling while handling the state,” a senior BJP leader said. Advertise With Us Malik has been a strong advocate of breaking the back of militancy while keeping the option of talks with the separatists open. This, according to sources, does not go down well with the image of the BJP government at the Centre that has a massive mandate to deal with all separatist aspirations firmly and uncompromisingly.It is only the so-called moderate group of the Hurriyat Conference headed by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq that has shown willingness to talk. The hardline Hurriyat Conference, headed by Syed Ali Geelani, has given no such indication. This is another stumbling block to Malik’s reported attempts to bring the separatists across the dialogue table with the Centre. “How can the Home Minister even be expected to offer talks to the separatists when India has been categoric that Pakistan must first stop supporting terror on its soil before the peace process between the two countries is re-started,” argued a source close to the Home Minister. In the nutshell, Shah’s visit is likely to be a strictly security exercise aimed at securing the upcoming Amarnath Yatra and ensuring that the anti-militancy operations are carried out without any laxity.
BN Reddy Nagar: Local corporator went door-to-door in self finance colony in BN Reddy Nagar on Sunday seeking people to join TRS as part of the party’s membership drive programme.She also handed over receipts to those joined the party. Colony president Venkat Reddy, Jayamma, Radha, Manikonda Ramudu, Nagabushanam, Yousuf and others were present.
Global glut and growth concerns may pressurize the crude oil market further, leading oil prices to fall to as low as $20 a barrel in coming months, according to a global brokerage firm.Brent oil prices fell nearly 2% or 71 cents to touch an 11-year low of $36.17 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe Exchange on Monday, while the US Benchmark West Texas Intermediate dropped 32 cents, or nearly 1%, to trade at $34.41 a barrel.The decline in oil prices comes on the back of growing concerns over the global growth, which could weigh on the oil demand in the coming months. A slowdown in demand may worsen the oversupply conditions that have been rattling the oil market since June 2014.”We reiterate our concern that ‘financial stress’ may prove too little too late to prevent the market from having to clear through ‘operational stress’ with prices near cash costs to force production cuts, likely around $20/barrel,” said Goldman Sachs in a note to its clients.”Our base case remains that the global oil stock build will on aggregate remain shy of storage capacity, although the storage buffer has once again narrowed. But this rebalancing is far from achieved…,” Business Standard quoted Damien Courvalin, Abhisek Banerjee, Raquel Ohana of Goldman Sachs, as saying in a report.Oil prices are also under pressure from an unchanged decision on production levels by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) at its recent meeting. The oil cartel remains reluctant to cut the oil output, as it fears loss of market shares to other oil-exporting countries.”OPEC can’t take a unilateral decision, for example, to cut production and others … raise production. Either we all go to cut production to really defend prices or we have to wait and see,” Iraq’s oil minister Adel Abdul Mahdi told Reuters on Sunday.A slowdown in China and resumption in oil exports from Iran are also expected to keep oil prices lower for a prolonged period.
Listen Elaine Thompson/APHouston Rockets star Hakeem Olajuwon faces Shaquille O’Neal in the 1995 NBA Finals. The Rockets fell to the Utah Jazz last night at the Toyota Center by a score of 100-89, to fall to 1-3 on the young season.As the team works to get back to the promised land of the NBA Finals for the first time since winning back-to-back titles in the 1990s, a new book looks back at some of the highlights of the team’s history so far.100 Things Rockets Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die is written by the Houston Chronicle’s Rockets beat writer, Jonathan Feigen. It details plenty of the obvious things – like the team bringing the city its first sports championship in 1994 and again in 1995.There’s the Dream – Hakeem Olajuwon. There are other marquee players like Moses Malone, Clyde Drexler, and James Harden. There’s coaches and announcers through the years. And there are pivotal, game-winning shots – and some heart-breaking losses.In the audio above, Feigen walks Michael Hagerty through some of the more notable and lesser-known stories. Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /12:36 X
KOLKATA: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has issued showcause notice to a senior official, on charges of dereliction of duty.Though there has not been heavy rainfall in Kolkata, several streets, roads and lanes in the Kidderpore-Mominpur area are still under water. Local people have urged civic authorities to take immediate steps and sought the intervention of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.Tarak Singh, Member, Mayor-in-Council (Drainage), along with municipal commissioner Khalil Ahmed and other senior officials of the Drainage department, went to Mominpur pumping station and talked to the officials about the delay in clearing the accumulated water. Senior KMC officials found that Sanjay Mondol, assistant engineer of the pumping station, had not taken appropriate steps to clear the water. He has been issued a showcause notice. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsSingh assured that water from the affected areas will be cleared by Thursday morning. He reiterated that the KMC is ready to face monsoon. Even if it rains heavily, some streets in the city will be flooded but the duration of waterlogging will be less than the previous years. It had rained heavily from Monday night and some streets got waterlogged. But the accumulated water from the streets, including the low lying areas of Bhowanipore, Kalighat and Chetla, got cleared by Tuesday evening. Singh said all the 35 heavy duty pumps installed in KMC’s pumping stations, are functioning.
Patients with chronic pain give advice Men’s health affects baby’s health too Top Stories PARIS (AP) – Thousands of demonstrators marched peacefully Sunday in Paris to denounce austerity measures in Europe that have sparked violent protests in other EU countries struggling to avert fiscal crises.The march, organized largely by the Left Front party and the Communists, comes before the French parliament’s debate this week on a European fiscal treaty. Organizers put turnout at more than 80,000; Paris police declined to provide an estimate. Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day The protest exposed political pressures faced by President Francois Hollande _ whose popularity has been sinking in recent polls _ and notably from some ostensible allies of the left. It was the biggest demonstration of its kind since Hollande was elected in the spring, just weeks before his Socialists won control of the National Assembly.The treaty would set up the European Stability Mechanism bailout fund that European leaders hope will help calm a debt crisis that threatens the eurozone and the global economy.The main conservative opposition party and most Socialist lawmakers back the treaty. But it has splintered the French left: Far-left parties, the Greens and some dissident Socialists oppose it. The measure is nonetheless likely to pass in parliament because the two biggest parties generally favor it.On Friday, the French government presented a budget that included high taxes on the wealthiest, but which critics say lacks fundamental reforms that could jumpstart economic growth.Austerity has fanned recent violence in places like Spain and Greece.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Comments Share How men can have a healthy 2019 Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Sponsored Stories
Assange sought shelter in the embassy after Britain agreed to send him to Sweden for questioning about alleged sexual assaults. Assange argues that could lead to extradition to the U.S., where he and WikiLeaks are being investigated.“The United Kingdom doesn’t want to say no to the United States under any circumstances,” Assange said. “Not in my case and not in the case of Mr. Snowden.” He said Britain should be offering Snowden asylum, not excluding him.It isn’t clear if other Western European countries have also alerted airlines not to bring Snowden into their countries. Officials in France, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands said they have not issued any warnings about possible travel by Snowden. In Amsterdam, foreign ministry spokesman Weibe Alkema said the government would execute an arrest warrant for Snowden if one had been issued.At one point, Snowden expressed an interest in seeking refuge in Iceland, but the government there said no contact had been made.In London, some human rights activists expressed disappointment with the British government’s stance. Martyn Day, from the law firm Leigh Day, said it was “depressing” that Britain’s approach is so tied to the U.S. In London, Home Office officials refused Friday to discuss the travel alert.The diplomat said such alerts are issued to carriers that fly into the U.K., and if any airline brings Snowden into the country, it will be liable to be fined 2,000 British pounds ($3,100). He said Snowden would likely have been deemed by the Home Office to be detrimental to the “public good.”The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to discuss the matter publicly. The U.K. Border Agency, which operates under the Home Office, has wide leeway to deny entry to people trying to enter the United Kingdom. It has been used to keep radical preachers and extreme right-wing politicians out of Britain.Snowden, 29, revealed himself Sunday as the source of top-secret documents about U.S. National Security Agency surveillance programs that were reported earlier by the Guardian and Washington Post newspapers. He is believed to be in Hong Kong. Snowden, an American citizen, has yet to be publicly charged with any crime and no known warrants have been issued for his arrest.U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told reporters in Dublin on Friday that the case was still being investigated, but said he is “confident that the person who is responsible will be held accountable.” 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Comments Share Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility “Mr. Snowden has been entirely open about being the whistle-blower on what is alleged to be one of the most outrageous invasions of privacy the world has ever seen,” Day said. “If he wants to come to the U.K., he should be allowed to do so.”Even without criminal charges, Snowden’s world is now shrinking. If other countries follow Britain’s example and bar his entry, Snowden would have few options if he weren’t allowed to stay in his preferred sanctuary of Hong Kong, a semiautonomous Chinese territory.China has not made any public comment on what it plans to do with Snowden or how long he would be welcome to stay in Hong Kong. A popular Communist Party-backed newspaper, however, has urged China’s leadership to milk Snowden for information rather than expel him, saying his revelations concern China’s national interest.If the U.S. eventually calls for his return, Snowden does have the option of applying for asylum or refugee status in Hong Kong, which maintains a Western-style legal system. If Snowden chose to fight it, his extradition to the U.S. could take years to make its way through Hong Kong’s courts.The alert was issued Monday by the Risk and Liaison Overseas Network, part of the U.K. Border Agency that has staff in several countries identified as major transit points for inadequately documented passengers. Parents, stop beating yourself up Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement National carrier Malaysia Airlines said in an emailed statement to the AP that it had also received the British advisory and issued notices to all its operating locations in the country. Singapore Airlines also received the alert.___Doksone reported from Bangkok. Sylvia Hui and Jill Lawless in London and Shawn Pogatchnik in Dublin contributed to this report.(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top Stories Experts believe Snowden’s travel options are narrow because of the intense publicity generated by the case and the wide circulation of his photo, which is also contained on the carrier alert.“He’s cornered,” said Magnus Ranstorp, a research director at the Swedish National Defense College. “Even without the U.K. alert, his name is now part of the intelligence matrix and his name would be flagged if he tried to travel anywhere in the world. He can’t get into mainland China, they have a very sophisticated database and sneaking in is not easy, and if he tries to fly he won’t even get out of Hong Kong airport.”He said Snowden might try to use a false passport for travel, and also try to alter his facial appearance by shaving his head and his beard and wearing contact lenses, but would likely be caught. The best option, Ranstorp said, may be for Snowden to follow WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s example and seek refuge in the consulate of a sympathetic country with a diplomatic presence in Hong Kong.Assange, who has spent almost a year inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, said he thought Britain had issued the alert on Snowden because “it doesn’t want to end up with another Julian Assange.” 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Sponsored Stories LONDON (AP) – The British government has warned airlines around the world not to allow Edward Snowden, who leaked information on top-secret U.S. government surveillance programs, to fly to the United Kingdom.A travel alert, dated Monday on a Home Office letterhead, said carriers should deny Snowden boarding because “the individual is highly likely to be refused entry to the U.K.”The Associated Press saw a photograph of the document taken Friday at a Thai airport. A British diplomat confirmed that the document was genuine and was sent out to airlines around the world. Airlines in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore also confirmed the alert had been issued. The document titled “RALON Carrier Alert 15/13” has a photograph of Snowden and gave his date of birth and U.S. passport number. It said: “If this individual attempts to travel to the U.K.: Carriers should deny boarding.” It warned that carriers may “be liable to costs relating to the individual’s detention and removal” should they allow him to travel.“Carrier alerts” are issued when the U.K. government wants to deny entry to people who don’t normally need visas to enter the country, as is the case with most U.S. citizens, or already have visas but something has happened since they were issued, the diplomat said.Sometimes convicted sex offenders are denied entry into the U.K. in this way.People who are turned away are told in writing why they have been rejected, and some _ but not all _ have the right to appeal the ruling.A Bangkok Airways officer said the airline was notified on Thursday about the alert by the Airports of Thailand PCL, which operates national airports throughout the country. She said the notice wasn’t intended to be seen by the public.The officer spoke on the condition of anonymity because she wasn’t authorized to give the information to the media. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies
Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Comments Share Francis made history on his two-day visit by apologizing before Bolivia’s first indigenous president for the Catholic Church’s “grave sins” in the subjugation of the Americas’ native peoples in the name of God during the European conquests that began in the 15th and 16th centuries.He also condemned, before a crowd of leftist activists invited by Morales’ government for a World Summit of Social Movements, the “injustices” of a capitalist system that puts profits ahead of people and denies people basic rights of “land, lodging and labor.”Asked if the pope is a socialist, Morales said his emphasis on creating a world in which no one is excluded amounts to socialism.“I don’t know whether it’s communism, but it is socialism. He’s talking about community, about living in harmony.”Francis has said several times that concern for the poor and marginalized is at the center of the Gospel, but has denied he’s preaching communism or any other political ideology. He’s called Marxism wrong.Gregory Weeks, a Latin America specialist at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, said Francis is asking people to recognize harms that have come from capitalism, not seeking its eradication. Sponsored Stories Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Check your body, save your life “We shouldn’t confuse criticism of capitalism automatically with socialism,” Weeks said. “He’s not advocating for the government to take over everything.”State-run and allied Bolivian media have highlighted the similarities in the messages of Francis and Morales.“I feel like now I have a pope. I didn’t feel that before,” said Morales, complaining that the church had not backed him before.On Friday, as he awaited the departure of the pope’s plane on the Santa Cruz airport tarmac, Morales chatted amiably with bishops with whom he has been at odds in the past.One Morales-Francis exchange did set Catholic social networks ablaze during the visit: Shortly after the pope arrived on Wednesday, Morales gave him a cross fashioned from a hammer and sickle, a classic communist symbol, patterned after one created by Luis Espinal, a leftist Jesuit priest slain in 1980.Morales told the said the pope had no prior knowledge of the gift but “at no point got upset. I admire that.”Morales also settled the question of whether the 78-year-old Francis, who only has one good lung, chewed coca leaves during the visit to cope with the altitude during his four-hour stop in La Paz. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies How men can have a healthy 2019 Top Stories A woman waits for the departure of Pope Francis from Palmasola prison where he visits prisoners in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Friday, July 10, 2015. The pope urged inmates at the notoriously violent prison to not despair as he wrapped up his visit to Bolivia with a message of hope and solidarity for those caught up in Bolivia’s corrupt law enforcement system. A photo of Bolivia’s President Evo Morales is at left. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd) The leaf is the raw material for cocaine and Morales has been trying to get it off the international list of controlled narcotics because it is also widely chewed in the Andes as a mild stimulant. The leaf is sacred in Andean culture and has been used for centuries in religious rituals.“The (13,100-foot) altitude didn’t hurt him. I gave him a chuspita (alpaca wallet) with coca leaves inside in case he got altitude sickness. He drank two cups of coca tea at the government palace,” said Morales, a former coca growers union leader.“I asked him how he felt and he said he felt very good.”___Associated Press writer Rachel Zoll contributed to this story from New York.___Frank Bajak on Twitter:www.twitter.com/fbajakCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia (AP) — Evo Morales says he feels like he’s got a good friend and ally in the highest of places in his battle for revolutionary social change and halting global warming: Pope Francis.Bolivia’s president also said Friday he thinks that what Pope Francis preaches amounts to socialism.“I feel like the pope is the first and best politician in the world,” Bolivia’s president said in an interview with The Associated Press a few hours before bidding Latin America’s first pope goodbye.
Go back to the e-newsletterThe Navasana Spa at the Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort has introduced a range of 15 new treatments using essential oils from Aromatherapy Associates of London.The expanded menu offers new treatments, for both men and women, as well as locally inspired offerings such as Mauritian massage, wellness personalised massages, whole-body scrubs, new body wraps, and more holistic treatments.The new menu and integrated approach will be launched in early August under the guidance of the resort’s renowned Reiki master, Jeeten.The 15 Aromatherapy Associate treatments include scrubs and wraps, facials, men’s facials, hair nourishment and eye care. At the top end, guests can lose themselves in experiences such as Clear Your Mind, Uplift Your Mood and Sleep Deeply, each one lasting 120 minutes.For men there is the new Refinery Essential Facial (60 minutes), the Refinery Power Lift Facial (90 minutes) and the Refinery Ultimate Face and Body Treatment (90 minutes).“The result for men or women is beautiful, glowing, healthy skin free from harsh chemicals and unnecessary synthetics,” says Jeeten. “At the Navasana Spa we aim to share the true power of essential oils and the incredible effects they have at a therapeutic level.”Jeeten has also introduced a Mauritian Massage (75 minutes), which is a full body spa treatment by a local expert done to the vibrations of Mauritian sega music coupled with bamboo techniques.A new Wellness Personalised Massage is also designed to address each person’s specific needs by using techniques such as deep tissue, Shiatsu, reflexology and stretching.“The entire Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort is a holistic experience in itself,” says General Manager, Pieter van der Hoeven. “Beach life, exquisite food and drink, music, excursions and now wellbeing in our spa, all of this makes up the full Outrigger holiday experience.”Go back to the e-newsletter
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percentage of the total listings Airbnb is fighting to keep the information private a move it says is meant to protect its users and the two are currently in settlement discussions Another New York law currently prohibits Airbnb hosts from collecting and paying hotel taxes to the city something that is required under the proposed San Francisco legislation The company is fighting to change that hoping it would help legitimize the business and estimating it could kick $21 million a year into New York’s coffers Airbnb spent $120000 to lobby New York City council members last year and has reported another $20000 so far in 2014 according to lobbying records Other cities have already found their balance between oversight and facilitating a popular service Austin Texas a city where thousands upon thousands descend each year for events like SXSW set up a licensing system for short-term rentals last year Each applicant has to pay a $285 fee and provide certain documentation like proof of insurance The city also limited the amount of homes that could be rented out in each building and area of the city so no neighborhood would be overrun No more than 3% of the units in one building for example can be used for short-term rentals The promises and pitfalls of the sharing economy will be aired during upcoming hearings in San Franciscoand in oral arguments on April 22 if Airbnb and the New York attorney general fail to reach a settlement out of court "We still have a long way to go before we get a good law enacted" Hantman wrote in his post responding to the San Francisco legislation "It is just the beginning of what promises to be a very long process during which the entire Board of Supervisors will look at this proposal hear from all sidesincluding our communityand make decisions about how to proceed" Write to Katy Steinmetz at katysteinmetz@timecomIn response to a terror attack in London President Trump took to Twitter to criticize the response by Londons Mayor Sadiq Khan So after some time off Seth Meyers wasted no time on Monday’s Late Night to suggest that President Donald Trump’s latest tweets were part of a new tactic: "Pissing off the rest of the world and picking fights on Twitter" and "doing as much damage as possible to our relationships with allies and our image across the world" He then added that political leaders are too busy to respond to Trump’s tweets "Its true" said Meyers "Responding to Trumps ill-informed tweets can be a full-time job And I know because its my full-time job" More to the point Meyers said that President Trump "put his foot in his mouth" by using the term "travel ban" to describe his administrations tourist visa policy that is currently before the Supreme Court "All Trump has to do to avoid hurting his own cause is not use the word ban Thats it Just dont say ban" Meyers said Legal experts say that Trumps use of the term "travel ban" hurt his legal case Watch the full segment below Contact us at editors@timecomWhen Kim Il Sungs heart stopped beating exactly 20 years ago on July 8 1994 the propagandists didn’t let the mere fact of his death get in the way The 82-year-old founder of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was revered like a god in life and after it Two decades later mythmaking is as important as ever for Kim’s grandson dictator Kim Jong Un who has just led the official memorial to the Great Leader North Korean propaganda casts the Kims as protectors of a country under siege School children learn that Kim Il Sung was an exceptional warrior who while camping at the base of Mount Paektu with his comrades defeated a force of Japanese colonialists He later repelled the imperialist Americans in the 195053 Korean War According to official history his heir Kim Jong Il was born at the base of the same scared mountain and the birth heralded by a rainbow According to North Korean hagiography Kim Jong Il grew up to become a master tactician writer and filmmaker Legend has it he shot 11 holes-in-one in his first ever round of golf Kim Il Sung’s North Korea was never the socialist paradise portrayed on posters but through the 1960s it was at least a functioning if brutal and repressive state The collapse of the Soviet Union and disastrous agricultural policies changed that In the 1990s while successor Kim Jong Il practiced his soon-to-be-legendary swing North Koreans starved Understandably young Kim Jong Un prefers to bask in his grandfather’s rather than his father’s glow South Korean analysts believe the young leader consciously emulates his grandfather’s look and public persona Whereas his father avoided the public Kim Jong Un like his grandfather is often photographed among even touching his subjects Channeling his granddad reinforces Kim Jong Un’s link to a not-so-distant revolutionary past Since coming to power in 2011 he has promised to push ahead with the twin development of his country’s economy and nuclear-weapons program He has made good on the second part conducting the country’s third nuke test while keeping up the violent rhetoric and threatening among other things to rain fire on the US “Break the waists of the crazy enemies totally cut their windpipes and thus clearly show them what a real war is like " he once urged his soldiers according to state media reports An actual conflict would almost certainly cost him his kingdom But young Kim knows that for North Korea to survive he must convince his people that the enemy is at the gate and that he alone can stop them Grandad would have approved Write to Emily Rauhala at emily_rauhala@timeasiacom
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